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27 September

MC Film Club: A Touch of Sin (China)

20:00 - 22:00
Morningside College TV Room

04 October

MC Film Club: Toni Erdmann (Germany)

20:00 - 22:00


Morningside College has quiet, sun-filled spaces...


for reading, writing, and reflection. There are also common rooms where students socialize and learn from each other. There are jam sessions in the band room and table tennis matches in the fitness room. Communal dinners are often sweetened with musical performances and talks by College Fellows. Distinguished Visitors lunch with students and enlighten University audiences.

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Morningside College could be your home...


for the next four years. We have good buildings, comfortable spaces to think, write, read, talk, play music, exercise, argue, eat and sleep. You must see the College. But it is more than its buildings. It is a place where we all want to know a lot more at the end of the year than at the beginning; and maybe even make some progress in solving or at least understanding problems yet unsolved.

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You aspire to be a concert pianist...


but a degree in Business will pay the bills. Do you major in Music? Or follow your father into Business? A critically ill patient suffering from a highly communicable disease has just been brought in to the emergency room; you are the frontline emergency medic on duty. Do you scrub up and don protective gear, knowing that you could be putting the patient’s life in jeopardy? Or do you attend to the patient immediately and risk contracting the illness yourself? These are just two examples of the many dilemmas that Morningside students consider in the Freshman Seminar “Current Dilemmas and their Histories”. College Fellows introduce dilemmas and philosophical frameworks; Morningsiders discuss and debate in small group tutorials led by Junior Fellows.

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HALDER, Shubhroparno

If I could describe Morningside in five words? The place I call home!

Shubhroparno Halder, Electronic Engineering

YAU, Lai Ming Nannerl

Morningside is a studious community where many students strive for academic excellence. This makes it a very good place to learn.

Nannerl Yau, Journalism and Communication

Mannie Kam, Year 5 , Earth System Science

It’s a place to gather with people from all around the world.

Mannie Kam, Earth System Science

Ayesha Prajapati

At Morningside, we are all friends. There's no separation between internationals and locals.

Ayesha Prajapati, Molecular Biotechnology

Joseph Zhao

One thing that we never lack in Morningside: opportunity. So just be active and grateful, and take advantage of the opportunities!

Joseph Zhao, Urban Studies